First Alert Weather: Slowly returning to a typical Suncoast weather pattern

First Alert Weather: Slowly returning to a typical Suncoast weather pattern
John Scalzi, First Alert Weather Team (Source: WWSB)

SARASOTA, Fla. (WWSB) - It is a transition day for the Suncoast as various Advisories for Hazardous Weather begin to expire. The Small Craft Advisory will be replaced with an Exercise Caution Statement, the High Surf Advisory and Rip Current Advisory will continue on into the afternoon or evening. One of the main features of the today will be the warm muggy weather. When we get to the high of near 90 the “feels like” temperatures will be 103-105 degrees. Rain will be around this afternoon, but mostly in inland locations and will be of the more typical summer like storms.

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Tomorrow we will watch high pressure expand over the area and winds start to shift back to the south east. If the winds were stronger we might see move showers near the coast, however our southeast winds will be light and variable. This will allow our sea-breeze to move a good distance inland and so most storms will be away from the coast. By late in the week we will watch some slightly air move in and reduce rain chances a bit for the weekend.

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